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1. unfriendly unfriendly

Nobody is unfriendly.
I dislike her unfriendly attitude.
He looked unfriendly at first.
Old homes, especially traditional Japanese ones, can be damp and unfriendly to modern life.
Can you figure out why the boss is so unfriendly this week?
The building was dark and unfriendly.
Mary looks unfriendly, but she is really very kind at heart.
She was so unfriendly that I wondered how I had offended her.
The people were really unfriendly. I didn’t like them at all.
Nobody wants to spend time with him because he’s so unfriendly.
Some of the students in my class are very unfriendly.
The people were unfriendly and refused to give me directions.
I think our new boss is rather unfriendly.
I met our new boss this morning and he was really unfriendly.
She had an unfriendly expression on her face.

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2. hostile hostile

(...) effectively split the country into two hostile camps.
hostile crowd
The baby is not old enough to be capable of hostile laughter.
When the trusted confidant of the person who conducted a hostile takeover of the company betrayed him, it was a sort of retributive justice.
Moreover, the sweeping change brought by modernity and globalization led many Muslims to view the West as hostile to the traditions of Islam.
A significant proportion of the electorate is openly hostile to impeaching the president.
The attacks of September 11th, 2001 and the continued efforts of these extremists to engage in violence against civilians has led some in my country to view Islam as inevitably hostile not only to America and Western countries, but also to human rights.
We, ACME Ltd., hereby announce that we will resist with all our strength this hostile takeover.
The hostile environment lead to extinction of many species.
Just because people didn't clap frantically does not mean that you had a hostile audience.
My new boss is misanthropic and he is hostile towards most pepole in office
The minister found himself in the middle of a hostile crowd.
If the questioner is hostile do not try to put them down with sarcasm, this will immediately draw the audience's sympathy.
It is far more challenging and hostile than the North Sea and to me, it is a conundrum.
a hostile crowd; The president had a hostile reception in Ohio this morning.; There has been a hostile reaction to the government's proposed tax increases.; Her parents were openly hostile to me.

3. inhospitable inhospitable

He trekked across some of the most inhospitable terrain in the world.
Siberia is inhospitable to people.

Inglés palabranieprzyjazny"(inhospitable) ocurre en conjuntos:

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4. distant distant

You should apologize to her for being so distant.
You seem distant.
This world is a distant three hundred million light years away from the world where you live.
Distant things look blurred.
Watching television changes the role of the fans by making their participation more passive and distant.
Mr. Bennet's property consisted almost entirely in an estate of two thousand a year, which, unfortunately for his daughters, was entailed, in default of heirs male, on a distant relation.
Distant water won't quench your immediate thirst.
What makes the classics both intriguing and fascinating is that they're near enough that we can feel the similarity and they're distant enough that we have to do some work to bridge the gap.
distant noise, distant man, distant smile
If I really want to win his heart I have to ignore him and be as cold and distant to him as possible
Our distant ancestors led pretty simple lives.
Some of these distant nobleman are finding that happy skaa make better workers than mistreated skaa
Well, it may be thunder, but it sounds very distant.
Something looking like a UFO made a sudden turn then disappeared into the distant sky.